Amarillo, Texas - The Texas primary is just around the corner, but voters can cast their ballots even sooner.
The Lone Star state's joint primary election is May 29th, but you can beat the crowds and head to the polls Monday, when early voting begins.
If you can't make it Monday, not to worry. You will have a chance to cast your ballot early until May 25th.
Candidates for President, U.S. Senator, Railroad Commissioner, Texas Supreme Court, Court of Criminal Appeals, State Board of Education, U.S. Representative, State Legislator, and Texas State Representative will be on the ballot.
Many counties are also holding local elections.
When you head to the polls, make sure to bring your picture I.D. and voter registration card.
If you have misplaced yours, bring another form of I.D., such as a passport or birth certificate.
You will be allowed to vote without your registration card, as long as your name appears on the county list.
Many places in the panhandle are holding special events to encourage their residents to vote, and vote early.
An early voting campaign rally is being held Monday in Pampa.
It will take place 5:30-6:30 PM at the AmericInn Event Center.
Meanwhile, a candidate forum is being held in Perryton Tuesday evening.
It will take place at 6:30 in the conference center at Frank Phillips College - Allen Campus.
Republican candidates for Ochiltree County Attorney and State Representative District 88 will speak, as well as, answer voter questions.
Be sure to check with your county's election office for early voting times and locations.
In many counties it's not too late to request a ballot by mail if you can't make it to the polls.